• December 02, 2022

Tara Harris, 5 Injured in Car Accident in Grayson County, TX

Grayson County, TX -- November 6, 2022, Tara Harris and five others were injured following an accident where two trucks collided.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 2:14 p.m. along FM 121 near the intersection of Bethel Cannon Road.

It appears that 28-year-old Tara Harris was in a pickup traveling eastbound along FM 121. Somehow, Harris's vehicle and an oncoming truck pulling a trailer crashed head-on. This sent both pickups off-road.

Harris had incapacitating injuries, details say. Five others had injuries said to be less severe. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tara Harris Car Accident in Grayson County

Tara Harris, 5 Injured in Car Accident in Grayson County, TX

something that always stands out to me is when a serious crash happens, but it appears only one person was seriously hurt. That can happen for all kinds of normal reasons, but the concern is there may have been something unusual like a defective airbag, for example, which failed to protect one of the people involved in the crash. That's one of the reasons I always tell folks about the importance of independent investigations that can catch complicated factors like that. Police alone may not be equally thorough.


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